Chick-fil-A, the fast food chain known for it's incredible fried chicken, superior service and for being closed on Sundays, is finally set to open it's Albany doors this weekend.

After tempting and teasing us with slowly leaked details, the Chick-fil-A inside Albany International Airport will open up on Friday morning October 19th according to the Albany Business Review.

According to the Review, the restaurant will have it's official grand opening at 11am but there is a catch.  This particular Chick-fil-A will require that you have a 'passenger ticket' in order to eat there. In other words, it's for airline passengers only, no walk-ups.

The rest of us hungry patrons will be Chick-out-of-Luck.

Also, it's worth noting and well documented that Chick-fil-A will be closed Sundays, a practice that started with it's founder a devout Southern Baptist.

Chick-fil-A is one of the most successful fast food chains in the country.  Restaurant goers will often travel hundreds of miles to get their hands on their tasty chicken sandwiches. And now in Albany, you can too.